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La Dolce Vita, with Marcello Mastroianni and directed by Federico Fellini is "widely considered one of the great achievements in world cinema."   This is a CLASSIC Italian film and it will be a TREAT to see it on the big screen.


If you are meeting us for lunch at the Kimbell Cafeteria, 12:30 is the suggested time due to long cafeteria wait times.  Last time, Diane got us a table, which meant that you could skip the restaurant entrance line.  So when you get there tell the seater you're with the "Italian Group," skip the entrance line, go to the cafeteria line and sit with us. 


In local FW ITALIAN MEETUP NEWS, our own Anita Barnard has published her book: ON THE DARK PATH: An Anthology of Fairy Tale Poetry. 

It's a "haunting and profound collection of fairy tale based poems from modern writers.  Speaking to us from the woods and the cottage, from the marriage bed, the hospital bed, the writing group and the camps at Dachau, the 48 poets in this anthology of poems based on traditional fairy tales, edited by DFW poet and longtime fairy tale enthusiast Anita M. Barnard, bring their personal worlds to the fairy tale and the fairy tale out into the world at large.  ON THE DARK PATH is a hauntingly beautiful collection of poems... Powerful, surprising, sometimes brutal, these poems enchant and linger in the mind for days." - Michelle Rhea

I saw an early review copy and hungrily bought 3 copies the first week available.  Find it on AMAZON, type in ANITA BARNARD.

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  • Elaine

    this was a looooong movie - enjoyed the Italian sites but it was not my kind of film...

    April 7, 2013

    • Elaine

      I had a nice little nap in the middle.

      April 8, 2013

    • Susan

      :-)I don't get the whole Fellini thing; I know a lot of people think he's a God -- I just don't see it. But if you do want to watch a fun Fellini film, Amacord actually has a lot of good laughs.

      April 8, 2013

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